Exclusive Wool Fabrics

Exclusive wool fabrics are the go-to options for creating luxury suits, jackets, coats, dresses, skirts and sweatshirts. You can also use them for finishing your silky or cotton outfit to give it a couture vibe. What makes these fabrics exclusive? The first thing you should know — they have little to do with rare wool types. And while such fabrics can be made of alpaca, angora or mohair, noble wool is not a compulsory component. What makes them luxury then? It is all about the design, or the type of embroidery, to be exact.

Coming in various weave types, such as tweed, tweed boucle, jacquard, wool knit or gauze, exclusive wool fascinates with décor that makes this fabric distinctive — sequins, satin stitch and rhinestones.

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The question that inevitably starts spinning around your head once you see these fabrics is what kind of outfits you can make out of them. Well, let’s see:

Exclusive wool fabric application




Embroidered mohair

Forster Rohner,

Jakob Schlaepfer

jackets, coats

Embroidered wool tweed boucle


dresses, skirts, jackets, coats

Sequined wool

Embroidered tweed

Jakob Schlaepfer

coats, dresses, jackets, skirts, sweatshirts

Embroidered wool

dresses, jackets, skirts

Embroidered alpaca and wool

Embroidered wool tweed

Embroidered alpaca tweed

Embroidered cashmere tweed

Embroidered appliqued tweed

Wool tweed

Embroidered wool crepe

Sequined tweed boucle

Bow applique wool jacquard

dresses, skirts

Mohair, alpaca and wool

coats, jackets

Luxury alpaca and wool

coats, dresses, jackets

Sequined wool gauze


Sequined wool knit

coats, sweaters


Just a quick glance at exclusive wool fabrics is enough to realize the highest level of designer’s work and technological advance of their manufacturers. The level worthy of a limited number of European brands, namely Swiss Forster Rohner, Jakob Schlaepfer and Austrian HOH. These manufacturers managed to bring a couture vibe to the cloth that most of the time has been used solid and associated with formal or casual clothing without much glitter or raised décor. We bet, sewing aficionados could be curious about some typical features of the fabrics by each particular brand. What is special about them? Or is there anything special at all? Let’s figure it out.

Jakob Schlaepfer

This brand is a living legend in the textile world, as the world’s most prominent fashion houses and millions of fashionistas favour its artistic and inventive approach to fabric creation. The wool by Jakob Schlaepfer is no exception. Even the list of their names is illustrative enough: embroidered alpaca and wool, sequined wool knit, sequined wool gauze, bow applique wool jacquard, Swarovski embroidered tweed, etc. The range of wool fabrics by Jakob Schlaepfer includes some of the most gorgeous designs:

  1. The application of satin stitch and rhinestone embroidery. What makes it remarkable is the availability of various conversational patterns: vanity bags, Chinese handbags, perfume bottles, gorgeous ladies and the lines of skyscrapers. No less remarkable are all-over dainty embroideries with flowers.
  2. Hopsack weave.
  3. Overlapping sequin embroidery.

Forster Rohner

This brand is another classic representative of Swiss textile design school, renowned for its mind-blowing embroidered laces and tulles. However, when it comes to wool, their collection tends to be less diverse. In fact, it is all about a minimalist embroidered floral pattern that would be a perfect match for feminine coats and jackets. Exclusive wool fabrics by Forster Rohner contain mohair that makes them warm and nice to the touch.


The most remarkable wool fabrics by HOH — the Austrian brand which uses the most advanced machinery to create complex embroideries — are wool tweed boucle and sequined wool. Their design slightly resembles that of Jakob Schlaepfer, as the manufacturer placed the décor along the lower edge. However, HOH fabrics stand out from the crowd due to their texture: they can be velvety soft or fuzzy as tweed.

exclusive wool fabric

What Are the Hottest Trends 2019?

In 2019, wool fabrics hit the catwalks again. This year, they are about angora and camel wool that will be applied in a number of various garments and types of wear.

Camel wool will make a perfect option for coats, jackets and dresses, while that of angora — for skirts and berets. As for skirts, the following types are expected to be popular this fashion season:

  1. Pencil skirt.
  2. Midi-skirt, which made its comeback from the 1970s.
  3. A-line skirt. What makes this type particularly great to be made of wool is its texture. It looks perfect on various body shapes. Plus, it can be worn both at the office and at evening occasions. All you need to do is just select appropriate accessories. This season, the most trendy are chequered, striped and monochromatic A-line skirts.

For summer 2019, the brand new trend is cool wool. It is airy wool of Australian merino sheep known for the finest and softest fibre in the world — compared to more than 200 sheep breeds. This fabric is lightweight and hygroscopic — in fact, its fibres work as your personal air conditioner: they absorb excess moisture from your skin and then cool you down with it. It is also very practical, as all creases disappear when the air is humid. Cool wool is a summer kind of exclusive wool fabric with a flowing drape and a touch of carelessness, which makes it applicable for various clothing.

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